Triple E recalling certain 2021-2022 recreational vehicles with certain 2-burner cooktops due to damaged cooktop control valves that may leak gas


Triple E Recreational Vehicles (Triple E) is recalling certain 2021-2022 Unity U24MB, U24IB, U24CB, U24FX, U24RL, U24TB, and Wonder W24MB, W24RTB, W24FTB, W24RL recreational vehicles, equipped with certain 2-burner cooktops. The burner control valves may become damaged, causing a gas leak.

Triple E will work with Dometic to replace the cooktops, free of charge. Owner notification letters are expected to be mailed June 2022. Owners may contact Triple E customer service at 1-877-992-9906 or contact Dometic at or 1-888-943-4905 or 574-389-3713. Triple E's number for this recall is CA#10130-1.

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